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Ash's Tsutarja
サトシのツタージャ Satoshi's Tsutarja
Poké Ball
Ash's Tsutarja
Debuts in BW007
Caught at Route 3
Gender Female
Ability Unknown
Current location With Ash
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Tsutarja Megumi Hayashibara N/A

Ash's Tsutarja (Japanese: サトシのツタージャ Satoshi's Tsutarja) is the fourth Pokémon that Ash caught in the Isshu region.


Tsutarja appeared in BW007 as it was hiding to some tall grass. When Ash found it, he tried to capture her with Pikachu, Mijumaru and Pokabu but couldn't because of her move, Attract. Ash spent a long time following her, and then used a female Pokémon, Mamepato, to make sure Tsutarja could not use Attact. After a long battle, Ash finally captured the Grass Snake Pokémon. Once captured, Tsurarja promised that she will only use Attract when Ash tells her.

Moves used

Using Vine Whip
Move First Used In
Vine Whip BW007
Attract BW007
Grass Mixer BW007
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


  • Tsutarja's capture was first revealed in a short preview aired after DP190, featuring all the Isshu starters.
  • The capture of Tsutarja marks the first time Ash has owned all three of the region's starters since his adventures in Johto.
  • Tsutarja's capture was Ash's last capture of the three Isshu starters. In the previous four regions, each region's Grass-type starter was the first to be caught by Ash.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Tsutarja.

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